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 2006 GMC hy wire
 2008 GMC Denali XT 1
 2008 GMC Denali XT 2
 2004 Holden Monaro Marilyn 1
 2004 Holden Monaro Marilyn 2
 2004 Holden Torana TT36
 2005 Holden Efijy 1
 2005 Holden Efijy 2
 2006 Torana TT36
 2008 Holden Coupe60 1
 2008 Holden Coupe60 2
 2008 Holden Coupe60 3
 2005 Honda FCX
 2006 Honda FCX
 2007 Honda Accord 1
 2007 Honda Accord 2
 2008 Honda Civic HFP
 2009 Honda Insight Hybrid 1
 2009 Honda Insight Hybrid 2
 2009 Honda Insight Hybrid 3
 2009 Honda NSX
 Honda Accord
 Honda FCX Clarity
 Honda P-Nut
 2009 Honda Sports Modulo S2000
 2008 Honda S2000 CR

 Honda Small Hybrid Sports 1
 Honda Small Hybrid Sports 2
 Honda Accent
 Honda HCS
 2003 Hummer H3T 1
 2003 Hummer H3T 2
 Hummer HX 1
 Hummer HX 2
 Hummer HX 3
 2003 Hyundai Neos-II
 2004 Hyundai HCD-8
 2006 Hyundai Accent Turbo
 2006 Hyundai Arnejs
 2006 Hyundai HCD9 1
 2006 Hyundai HCD9 2
 2007 Hyundai Genesis
 2007 Hyundai HCD8
 2008 Hyundai Hellion 1
 2008 Hyundai Hellion 2
 2010 Hyundai Sonata
 Hyundai Accent SR
 Hyundai Genesis
 Hyundai HCD9 Talus 1
 Hyundai HCD9 Talus 2
 Hyundai HCD VII 1
 Hyundai HCD VII 2
 Hyundai Neos
 Hyundai Nuvis

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General Motors can be credited as having introduced the first "dream car" of concept cars with its introduction of the 1938 Buick "Y-Job". In addition, during the 1950's, GM held a series of car shows known as Motoramas where designers could show their futuristic cars. These dream cars set the world stage for cars that were brighter, faster, and larger and capturing the public's imagination. The creator of the Y-Job, Harver Earl, was GM's star designer and he encouraged the best from designers around the world.

Honda Motors was the first Japanese auto manufacturer to develop luxury cars and go on to compete sucessfully in the world market. The 2005 Honda FCX concept car was an example of Honda's futuristic styling for cars to come online. The FCX introduced a car with an all-aluminum body, four-wheel drive, liquid-crystal sun visors, and no fewer than four air bags. Honda was preparing for the future when car safety standards were going to be seriosly questioned.

The Honda Insight hybrid car had the same flowing lines of the FCX but was actually based on another Honda concept car, the J-VX, that was featured at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1997. The Honda Insight became the first hybrid car sold in the North American continental, beating out the Toyota Prius by a few months.


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Last Updated: October 15, 2012